Well, I wouldn’t necessarily go as far fetched as king, but this Canadian Honda Fit is pretty bad ass and is fit for any car enthusiast alike. Owned by photographer, Galen Wan of Gawa Photos, this thing has got parts that you’d think would belong on race cars and there were no shortcuts (or cheapcuts) taken with the mods.
This thing has got some pretty legitimate parts for any car’s standards, so to see them on a Fit is definitely a breath of fresh air.
This Fit has got it all, boost from a T1R turbo kit, J’a Racing exterior pieces with a gorgeous paint job, Advan RCII mated to Endless BBKs and a host of other authentic goodies that’ll make any car guy jealous.
Getting straight to the point with this gorgeous MKIV. Arguably one of the best kits for the Supra, the Varis Ridox kit sets the car off just right along with those aggressive Gram Lights 57Ds. And under the hood, as you can tell from the title, a 700HP, 3.1L 2JZ powered by a massive Trust T88-33D turbocharger.
Being a guy that constantly love browsing the web for all things automotive, I’m always in search for interesting photos and articles that I can share on the blog with you guys. So, tonight, I stumbled upon some nice photos of a few super clean engine bays at the Tokyo Auto Salon. And like always, sharing is caring!
For those who have been following automotive blogs, more than likely you guys have heard of the crew “Level One.” These guys have some of the cleanest rides to ever roll the streets of Canada and Japan. A fine example of what I’m talking about is this gorgeous battleship gray S14. This beauty is one of the finest of its kind, rocking some perfectly fitted TE37SLs, a stiff 7-point Cusco cage, tucked and built SR20, that unmistakable Vertex Lang kit, and a plethora of other authentic goodies.